Join us for our Sixth Annual Art Market at the International Quilt Museum! We hope to see you Friday, November 22 from 1-7 p.m. and Saturday, November 23 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. as we support the museum and local artisans.

Do your holiday shopping with local artists and support the museum. Enjoy FREE museum admission. Credit cards accepted!

This year's vendors include:

  • Liz Bird (tatting)
  • Lynn Bowes (watercolor and jewelry) 
  • Shelly Burge (fiber and quilt items)
  • Capital City Carvers
  • Rae Corder (wood burnints)
  • Julie Craw (stained glass) 
  • Drew Curtright (metal jewelry) 
  • JeNeane Dodson (watercolor) 
  • Mark Entzminger (wood turned bowls)
  • Catherine Griesen (paper art)
  • Kay Grimminger (beaded jewelry) 
  • Rhonda McClure (wool- and lamb-related items)
  • Tom Quest (ceramics and pottery)
  • Kris Rosenow (photography)
  • Larry Schwisow (wood cutting boards)
  • Jeanette Summers (hand-painted scarves) 
  • Sharon Sykes (steampunk art)
  • Hand Weavers Guild
  • Mary Wise (baskets) 

Plus a selection of fiber and sewing items at the Friends of the International Quilt Museum table. 

Select Images of Items Available at This Year's Art Market

Select Images of Items Available at This Year's Art Market

Capital City Carvers

Catherine Griesen

Drew Curtright

Jeanette Summers

JeNeane Dodson

Kay Grimminger

Kris Rosenow

Larry Schwisow

Liz Bird

Lynn Bowes

Mark Entzminger

Mary Wise

Rhonda McClure

Sharon Sykes

Shelly Burge

Tom Quest

Julie Craw

Friends Table

Friends Table

By Rae Corder

Select Images of Items Available at This Year's Art Market

Project Pincushion

Project Pincushion
Project Pincushion

Friends of the International Quilt Museum continue to sponsor PROJECT PINCUSHION, a way for quilters from all over the world to support the IQM. For this continuing project, people have the opportunity to make pincushions of any size, shape, or color using any form of needlework: sewing, crochet, knitting, cross stitch, needlepoint. The pincushions are being sold in the IQM gift shop and at special museum events, with proceeds going directly toward future exhibits at the IQM.

As of July 18, 2019, 728 pincushions were sold resulting in $5,404.72 donated to the museum!

Individuals as well as members of guilds or bees can continue to support the IQM by making and sending your pincushions to:

International Quilt Museum
1523 N 33rd St.
Lincoln, NE 68503

Please include your name, address, and email address with each pincushion. Questions should be directed to project chairperson, Donna di Natale at [email protected]